Monthly Archives: July 2011

Dead Stay Dead, by Paul Jessup – Book Review

I received this book from The Zombie Feed, a small publishing arm of Apex Publications. The Zombie Feed is producing several novellas, and this is TZF Novella #2. Dead Stay Dead is very short, coming in at 72 pages, which … Continue reading

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Undead Labs Reveals Zombie Outbreak Map

Undead Labs, developer of Class3, the code name for an upcoming zombie game on the XBox live network, has released an interactive zombie outbreak map using MapAList. There are pins on the map showing locations where a zombie outbreak has … Continue reading

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Bloodlust Zombies – New DVD Release

Vicious Circle Films is releasing a new DVD on July 5th starring adult film star Alexis Texas in a breakout role as office worker Andrea trapped inside a zombie-filled office building when a spill at a bio-lab creates a bunch … Continue reading

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Seattle Takes Back World Zombie Record

Yesterday, Seattle took back the Guinness world record for the largest zombie gathering with over 4,500 zombies reported to have participated. The results aren’t official yet, but all indications are that this will become official.  Congratulations, Seattle! The SeattlePI has … Continue reading

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Dead Block Launches July 6

With the release of Dead Block just days away, Digital Reality has released a new trailer and some new screen shots of the game.  It is launching on July 6 on xBox for 800 points. I’m not quite sure what … Continue reading

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If You Want to Protest, Hire Zombies

Lately it seems that in order to protest, we have to dress like zombies. I didn’t see any vampires protesting years ago when vampires were the rage. That’s right, I said the rage. I think zombies help make a point … Continue reading

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